J-Scent is a brand that recreates traditional Japanese culture and daily life in Japan through its unique fragrances, and now a distributor of J-Scent, LA Luz Fragrance is releasing their newest perfume, “Tsukishizuku – Mother of Pearl.”
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The new scent "Tsukishizuku - Mother of Pearl" uses Jasmine Sambac and Kobushi Magnolia to create a white floral note that conjures up the image of the pale, milky white shimmer of a beautiful Mother of Pearl, often used in watch faces.
Tsukishizuku -Mother of Pearl-
A floral scent like a shimmering, dewy Moon Drop (Mother of Pearl)
The aroma of a buttery smooth and lusciously sweet Le Lectier pear gives way to the burst of jasmine sambac and kobushi magnolia, conjuring up images of the shimmering, dewy beauty of a mother-of-pearl inlay. The warm base notes of sandalwood and musk recall the faint light and shadows created by a paper lantern.
J-Scent Fragrance Collection
Since its debut in Japan in 2017 this brand has continued to create innovative fragrances. Among them, "Roasted Green Tea" with its aromatic scent of high-quality roasted tea leaves, and "Sumo Wrestler" which recreates the fragrance of a dignified sumo wrestler's bintsuke hair wax, have become top sellers. These refreshingly new and original fragrances have created constant buzz on social media. The collection has been in stores from last year primarily on the west coast of the United States.
20 Fragrances: Roasted Green Tea, Agarwood, Rakugan, Hanamizake, Paper Soap, Hydrangea, Ramune, Yuzu, Sumo Wrestler, Yawahada, Honey & Lemon, Hanamachi, Hisui, Shaft of Light, Usubeni, Black Leather, Koiame, Hakka, Wood Flake, Tsukishizuku-Mother of Pearl-
Size: 50ml/bottle (eau de parfum)
Contact: Luz Fragrance, Ranko Kawashima, Kiyomi Ono
Source :Luz Frangrance
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